Python – Get key with maximum value in Dictionary



Python | Get key with maximum value in Dictionary

Given a dictionary, the task is to find the key having the maximum value.
Examples :

Input : {'Audi':100, 'BMW':1292, 'Jaguar': 210000, 'Hyundai' : 88}
Output : Jaguar

Input:  {'Geeks':1900, 'for':1292, 'geek' : 88}
Output:  Geeks

Method #5: Using max() function

# Python code to find key with Maximum value in Dictionary
 
# Dictionary Initialization
Tv = {'BreakingBad':100, 'GameOfThrones':1292, 'TMKUC' : 88}
Keymax = max(zip(Tv.values(), Tv.keys()))[1]
print(Keymax)

Output:

GameOfThrones

 

Method 2: Using max() with lambda function

# Python code to find key with Maximum value in Dictionary
 
# Dictionary Initialization
Tv = {'BreakingBad':100, 'GameOfThrones':1292, 'TMKUC' : 88}
Keymax = max(Tv, key= lambda x: Tv[x])
print(Keymax)

Output:

GameOfThrones

 

Method 3: Using operator

# Python code to find key with
# Maximum value in Dictionary
import operator
# Dictionary Initialization
Car = {'Audi':100, 'BMW':1292, 'Jaguar': 210000, 'Hyundai' : 88}
# Getting max item
keyMax = max(Car.items(), key = operator.itemgetter(1))[0]
print(keyMax)

Output:

Jaguar

 

Method 4:

# Python code to find key with Maximum value in Dictionary
# Dictionary Initialization
Company = {'GFG':10000, 'Hashd':2292, 'Infy': 200}
# taking list of car values in v
v = list(Company.values())
# taking list of car keys in v
k = list(Company.keys())
print(k[v.index(max(v))])

Output:

GFG

 

 

Last Updated on October 29, 2021 by admin

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